Woman Playing the Lute (1624 – 1626) by Hendrick Terbrugghen

Woman Playing the Lute - Hendrick Terbrugghen - 1624 - 1626

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TitleWoman Playing the Lute
ArtistHendrick Terbrugghen
Date1624 - 1626
MediumOil on Canvas
Dimensions71 x 85 cm
Art MovementTenebrism
Current LocationKunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria
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About Woman Playing the Lute

The painting “Woman Playing the Lute” by Hendrick Terbrugghen, created between 1624 and 1626, is a captivating work that embodies the Tenebrism style, characterized by dramatic contrasts of light and dark. This genre painting, which also falls into the category of a tronie—a type of Dutch painting depicting an exaggerated facial expression or a character in costume—is part of the collection at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna.

Terbrugghen’s mastery is evident in the oil on canvas artwork, which has been celebrated for its museum-quality reproduction. Art enthusiasts have the opportunity to order hand-painted reproductions of this piece, allowing them to appreciate the intricate details and colors that Terbrugghen imagined and brought to life.

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